|Description||The Royal Society have received a letter from Sir George Reid stating that he intends to send the Rayleigh portrait to the New Gallery on their sending in day, 5 April. The Society will be closed for Easter and Harrison asks that Brackenbury arrange with Reid to send in the picture and to enquire what is to be done about the frame currently resting at the Society.|
A photogravure of the portrait has been proposed for subscribers, and Harrison is asking the Swan Company to provide an estimate, for which they will need access to the picture, and if they carry out the work they will need to photograph the portrait. He asks that Brackenbury inform him if she is willing to allow access via her studio and possibly photograph it before it is sent away. Harrison is also putting the Swan Company in direct communication with Brackenbury.